NURTW

The National Union of Road Transport Workers is an independent Nigerian trade union that serves the interests of transport workers in the road transport sector, by calling for collective obtaining and pushing for social stability for all workers in the transport sector as defined in its constitution. The union has its leadership both nationally and at the grassroots.

The leadership is guided by the General Secretary who continues to encourage and support between members and officials to make the union appear strong and vibrant. We aim to:

  • to promote respect for trade union and human rights worldwide
  • to work for peace based on social justice and economic progress
  • to provide research and information services to our affiliates
  • to provide general assistance to transport workers in difficulty

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What we do

We reflect on the
big challenges.

Energy, competition, social responsibility. Anything that can shape the future of our world and our industry. We use the expert knowledge of our partners to always stay one step ahead.

We monitor our
industry closely.

Whether it’s legislation, policies, events or anything else that could affect the work we do. We watch, listen and respond to the public and members of NURTW

We keep transport
operators updated.

We make sure they have the latest fuel prices, waiting times, secure parking areas and legislative developments. We also give professional training in necessary areas

We promote
good policies.

Along with all our active and associate members, we write, develop and promote policies that help towards our common goal – better, more sustainable road transport.

We cooperate with
the decision makers.

This is mostly Intergovernmental bodies and all stakeholders concerned by the road transport industry – including the general public. We help everyone have a voice in policy decisions.

We encourage public-
private partnerships.

Today, we’re involved at global, national and local levels. We work with governments, public authorities and businesses big and small .

Driving Progress
Sustaining development .

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Lagos Office
  • 1, Oyabiyi Street, Yaba, Lagos Mainland, Lagos.

  • +234 Lagos

Oyo Office
  • AQ 89 Alesinloye Market, Jericho, Ibadan, Oyo State

  • +234 Oyo

Abuja Office
  • HQ No 8, Plot 1236 Sapele street, Garki 2, Abuja

  • +234 Abuja

Osun Office
  • 1, Oyabiyi Street, Yaba, Lagos Mainland, Lagos.

  • +234 Osun

Abeokuta Office
Ilorin Office
Ondo Office
  • AQ 89 Alesinloye Market, Jericho, Ibadan, Oyo State

  • +234 Ondo

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